Aisha Corpas Wynn
Aisha carries over seven years of experience as a television producer and development executive. She has developed reality and scripted shows, pitched and sold shows to networks, and produced broadcast programming. Aisha has been a producer on projects for Bloomberg TV, BET, and the BBC. She also provides creative consulting services to industry executive producers and on-camera talent. As a reality TV guru, Aisha has her pulse on industry trends and current network needs. Her contacts include a strong variety of notable TV and feature executives, producers, agencies, and celebrity talent.
Aisha was the Director of Development at Robyn Nash Productions (RNP), where she managed original programming. At RNP, Aisha developed and produced CBS's prime time series, "Secret Talents of the Stars," and set up development projects at A&E, MTV, and BET. Prior to that, she was the Development Coordinator at New Line Cinema's television department. Aisha handled development on WE Network's "High School Confidential," and provided substantial creative writing and research for prime time programming; such as NBC's "The Real Wedding Crashers," Spike's "Blade: The Series," TV Land's "Family Foreman," and UPN's "Amish in the City." Her past experience also includes working in production for HBO's "Deadwood" and "Six Feet Under."
Aisha holds a BA in Film from the University of California, Santa Barbara with academic honors. Her noteworthy affiliations include being a panel speaker for the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Diversity in Entertainment Careers workshop, UCSB's Careers in Film and Television seminar, and New Line Cinema's diversity program.
Lastly, Aisha currently holds the 2010 title of Miss Panama (Senorita Panama) in the US, making appearances and offering support to local cultural Panamanian and Latin events.
H. Blaine Vess
Blaine has been working in entertainment and technology for years. He was a consultant to the head of New Media Marketing at New Line Cinema for five years, and was a part of the team who executed the extremely successful viral marketing campaigns for films like "Wedding Crashers," "Snakes on a Plane," and many others. Blaine's background is in internet marketing, but he's passionate about television writing and development, and has a knack for finding unique talent.
In addition to being involved in entertainment, Blaine is a self-taught computer programmer and has been developing internet applications and websites for fifteen years. He owns and manages a network of websites that receives over a billion page views per year. He's also an online marketing and development consultant to various entertainment and technology companies.
Blaine is originally from Chicago, but moved to California to work in entertainment. In college, he created and financed an event production company that promoted music events attended by thousands of people. He's also active in the Los Angeles technology and entertainment communities.
Finally, Blaine is a volunteer teacher and board member at Hollywood Arts, an organization that provides classes on the arts and job-readiness to youth in transition. He helped develop Hollywood Arts' job-readiness program and teaches a course on computers and business.